“Do shiksas heckle your schmeckel?”
A good overview of industry buzz. The writers strike has given network executives a lot of time to think about the future of American television, and now they are throwing out a lot of ideas that are a long time coming and would generally be good for television. How much of it they mean, and how much is just attempts to scare the Writers Guild into caving, is unclear.
I was happy to see that Brandeis made #4 (“A modern, contemporary, medival, country college campus.”). Sorta surprised to see Northeastern on the list, though.
Some very important pre-Hanukkah research.
A short book about safe bicycling techniques on public roads and streets.
FEMA is ready to step in and provide support. Oh, great. How about they just sit this one out.
All four creators of dcphonelist.com finally out themselves. And welcome to the blagotubes, Yoni!
Catching up with first daughter Jenna Bush as her father’s term of office comes to a close.
The IETF has spoken, and if you violate their standard and munge your Reply-To headers you’re just creating problems for everybody.
Tim Wu explains the “last mile” problem.
Cory Doctorow imagines what the world will be like when Google turns evil (and the US government oursources homeland security to the undisputed kind of search).
After you get stuck I can give you the build order, as we figured it out (after much experimentation) today at…err, after work.